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    TWP Stains · 07/29/2013
    Brady, the Honeytone is the lightest color.
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    brady demasi · 07/29/2013
    What tint would you recommend to keep it as close to natural?
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    TWP Stains · 07/29/2013
    No color means no UV protection from graying. If you do not care that it will gray in a few months than you can use the clear otherwise you must choose a tint.
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    brady demasi · 07/29/2013
    Have a 1yr old deck treated lumber. Looking to keep the natural wood grain look, no colors. Morning sun. What would you recommend?
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    TWP Stains · 07/29/2013
    Mark, TWP is not designed for Exotic hardwood decking.
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    Mark Edy · 07/28/2013
    We are interested in your products. For application on a Tigerwood deck, we assume that the 1500 Series would be the best choice. What color do you believe would be best suited to allow the coloration of Tigerwood to show through, but provide the best protection against UV rays?
    Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 07/28/2013
    Steve,

    Yes only the 1500 for OH. The Cedartone is a brownish/cedar color. I would get two gallons for the two coats.

    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/twp-stain-wet-on-wet-application/
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    STEVE DEBOW · 07/26/2013
    follow up questions... we used 4 samples you sent us(Cedartone, honeytone, pecan, natural) My wife thinks the honeytone may be to light and the natural may have to much pink color in it. the pecan seems to have a lot more brown in it. cedartone is our 1st choice with pecan our second. wanted your opinion on our color observations and instructions on how to apply two coats on our freshly sanded wood. thanks. steve from cleveland ohio. (i assume we have to use 1500 series)
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    STEVE DEBOW · 07/26/2013
    Because of EPA restrictions...do i have to use the 1500 series if i live in cleveland, Ohio area? I have a 20 year old deck that i cleaned and sanded and its ready to stain. 200 sq feet plus the railings. How much would i need to order if I wanted to put two coats on?
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    TWP Stains · 07/24/2013
    Shante, you can only use the 1500 in CA. I would suggest getting some samples to test out first:
    http://www.twpstain.com/stain-samples
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    Shante S · 07/24/2013
    We live in Malibu, Ca close to the water but not right on it. We get morning and evening dew/fog. What do you recommend for a 1200 sq ft; half new and half old redwood deck & railing (railing is all new)? We made a horrible mistake and used Behr transparent redwood stain. It looks like solid fire engine red children's paint. It's the worse product ever. We are in the process of stripping and sanding it off. So we are a little camera shy. How is TWP cali red? Is it very red and is it really transparent? Also what do you recommend 1500 or 100?
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    Shante S · 07/24/2013
    We just repaired, stripped and rebuilt half of a 1200 sq ft deck. We started putting on Behr transparent redwood. To our shock it looked absolutely horrid. What a huge mistake we are in the process of stripping and sanding that crap off! Now we are extremely nervous of what to put on this thing. What works best for Malibu, Ca close to the ocean but not right on the water? We get morning dew every morning and evening. So do we use the 1500 or 100 Series. And is the Cali Redwood really red. That Behr crap looks like a freaking fire engine solid red.
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    TWP Stains · 07/23/2013
    Judit B, either would work just fine. 2 light coats wet on wet application.
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    Judit B. · 07/23/2013
    1-year old premium pressure treated wood deck in north central Arkansas, has not been stained, full sun all day. TWP 100 or 1500? 1 coat or 2 coats?
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    TWP Stains · 07/20/2013
    Albert, TWP 100 for Denver.
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    Albert Henry · 07/19/2013
    Denver area with west and south sun on a redwood deck. Recommend TWP100 or 1500?
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    TWP Stains · 07/17/2013
    Ben, Yes the 100 Series.
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    Ben Finch · 07/17/2013
    And is the 100 series product the correct choice for may particular project described below, vs the 1500 series? thanks
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    TWP Stains · 07/16/2013
    The TWP 101 is called Cedartone Natural. You would want this.
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    Ben Finch · 07/16/2013
    Hi,

    I want to double check I am ordering the right product for a cedar deck in Seattle, on a small lake, western exposure. I am planning on ordering the TWP 100 product instead of the 1500 product. 101 to be presice. I believe 101 used to be Cedartone but is now named Natural. Can you confirm that the 100 product is the correct product for my environment? thanks